Münster has more to offer than an attractive downtown! A trip through the beautiful Münsterland pays off - the most impressive sights await you. Each of these destinations shines with their own identity.
Enjoy a fascinating journey on the comfortable, double-decker
Münsterbus, and be inspired by the stories of this friendly town full of
science, life and entertaining anecdotes. A detour to the Kreativkai,
Münsters nightlife boulevard at the city harbour, is not only to be
recommended on warm summer evenings. Visitors will find an exciting
combination of art and culture. StadtLupe has offered interesting
tourist programs in Münster for more than thirty years.
Sports and leisure
Münster is an ideal destination for the whole family – make it your own!
The Mövenpick Hotel Münster is directly located on the Aasee Lake. At
the lake you can paddle, go pedal-boating, or relax on a round trip
aboard the solar boat Solaaris. You can also rent the hotel's own
bicycles for excursions to the nearby city centre or to explore more
than 100 palaces, castles and country estates in the area. The
all-season Zoo Münster provides "extraordinary animal experiences" all
year round. More than 3,200 animals live in spacious naturalistic
settings. Daily special highlights include the elephant and parrot
feeding by the visitors and the penguin walk.
Shopping among the many walkable market districts will be a highlight of your stay. Whether you prefer chic classics, high-fashion accessories or one-of-a-kind antiques - you will find shopping in Muenster as you will find nowhere else.
On the Prinzipalmarkt you will find elegant designer shops door-to-door
with exclusive jewellers, discriminating antique stores, owner-managed
specialized stores and individual boutiques. The Salzstrasse is a
colourful mixture of fashion and shoe stores, chain outlets, jewellery
and leather goods and stores offering home decor articles. Not only is
Ludgeristrasse the most-frequented shopping street in Münster, it is
also one of the top ten most attractive shopping miles in Germany!
In Münster you will find everything you could wish for during an exciting short stay: A city with plenty of history, viewing and sightseeing. Two eminent examples of this are the Pablo Picasso Graphic Museum and the LWL State Museum for Art and Cultural History.
Münster’s cultural landscape offers a whole range of highlights, for
example the Museum of Laquer Art with its extensive collection, St.
Paulus Cathedral and its treasury, or our Peace Hall. The Picasso Museum
is dedicated to the graphic works of Pablo Picasso. Other cultural
sightseeing opportunities are worth a visit. Just ask! There is
something for every taste. Here, you can find the museums of Münster at a